Significs and Logic
In this paper I intend to propose for the Reader's assent or dissent some analyses of relations between Semeiotic, or the general physiology of Signs, and Logic considered as the theory of reasoning. I can do little more, herein, than state what at present seems to me tolerably certain; for the arguments which have led me to these opinions could not, with any justice to them, be compressed into a few pages. I am striving with all my might so to set them forth in a book so that they may be critically examined; but whether my powers hold out for so great a task is dubious. Perhaps, meantime, it may be found of interest, and even of value, to some future thinker who may pass over somewhat the same line of research as I have done, to see what conclusions I have reached.